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This article was co-authored by Andrew Carberry. Andrew Carberry has been working with school gardens and farm to school programs since 2008. He is now a Program Associate at Winrock International, where he works on the Community Based Food Systems Team.

How to Plant a Mango Seed

Updated: August 19, 2019

This article was co-authored by Andrew Carberry. Andrew Carberry has been working with school gardens and farm to school programs since 2008. He is now a Program Associate at Winrock International, where he works on the Community Based Food Systems Team.

There are 8 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page.

Mango trees are one of the easiest trees to start from a seed and care for. The size and flavor of the fruit depends on the variety you choose, so taste-test them first if you can. Depending on climate, mango trees can grow 30 to 65 ft (9 to 20 m) tall and survive for centuries. [1] If you plan to keep your mango tree in a container, you can keep it around until it outgrows the pot, then start again from a new seed.

This video with time-lapse shows you easy method on how to germinate a Mango seed and how to grow a mango tree from seed the Easiest way. Many People will not know the fact on how to grow a mango tree / plant and even how to plant a mango seed.

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Mango seed Germination – Easily grow Mango Tree from Seed – with Time Lapse and Result

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This video with time-lapse shows you easy method on how to germinate a Mango seed and how to grow a mango tree from seed the Easiest way. Many People will not know the fact on how to grow a mango tree / plant and even how to plant a mango seed.

They perhaps think that sowing the mango seed along with its shell will result in germination without removing the outer hard shell first.

Here are the Steps involved on growing a mango sapling from seed:

1. Firstly Eat the Mango, If you find it Tasty then proceed with that seed.
2. Remove the pulp from the seed by eating or by scraping with knife.
3. Remove the outer seed shell carefully by slitting with a knife but without damaging the inner soft seed.
3a. Do not damage the inner seed
4. Put in a moist toilet paper and drop it in a polythene ziplock bag and keep in warm place. I prefer to place it for about 3 to 5 days in summer season under my covered counter wash basin draw.
5. Check back after 3 to 5 days and see the root development.
6. If they seem to be strong roots, Plant this in a pot as shown here.
7. put the root towards soil and keep half of the seed covered.

Watch Part 2 of this – 100 days old Mango Tree – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0OEX5.

The Time lapse result is shown at the end of this v >
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